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condolences. we do take knife crime very seriously. that is why we have changed the loss of that any adult who commits a crime with a knife can be expected to be sent to prison. for a serious offense, they should expect a very long sentence. i will happily look at what he suggests. and i know the justice secretary is currently reviewing the powers available to the courts to deal with knife possession and he will bring forth her puzzles in due course. view onght of his alcohol pricing, is there anything he could organize in avebury? -- inter]-- in a blu-ray a brewery? >> i would like to organize a party to celebrate the shadow chancellor should say for a very long time on the front bench. tell usviously couldn't about his policy on alcohol. that hethe reality is has just been overruled by the home secretary on this one. now let's turn to another thing that the prime minister said we can't trust. in his speech last thursday he said, "the independent office of budget responsibility are absolutely clear that the deficit reduction plan is not responsible for low growth." this is not what they say a
said, we changed the law so that any adult who commits a crime with a knife can expect to be sent to prison, and for a serious offence, they should expect a very log sentence. i will happily look at what my honorable friend suggests. my right honorable friend the justice secretary is currently reviewing the powers available to the courts to deal with knife possession and will bring forward proposals in due course. >> mr. ed miliband. >> in the light of his u-turn on alcohol pricing, is there anything the prime minister could organize in a brewery? [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> i would like to organize a party in the brewery in my constituency, to which the right honorable gentleman would be very welcome, to celebrate that the shadow chancellor should stay for a very long time on the front bench. hear.r, he obviously -- [laughter] let's turn to obviously could not tell us about his policy on minimum unit pricing for alcohol. the reality is that he has been overruled by the home secretary on that one. let us turn to another thing that the prime minister has said that we cannot
single change to welfare.ge t they won't support the reforms to housing benefits. they did not even support it when we took housing benefits away from people charging $100,000-pounds a year. they would not support changes to job benefit. they won't support any changes to dna.th they will not support changes to cancel tax benefits. they have opposed $83 billion times of welfare savings. that's the point.of they have to admit that their policy is to put out, they have nothing, only debt, debt, debt,t and more debt. >> thank you, mr. speaker. >> mr. speaker, forgive me. >> thank you. >> thank you. on the 8th of march, on the 8th of march, we celebrate international women's day witha the prime minister join me ins calling upon the indian and pakistani governments to do more to uphold the right of women and to advance the gender agenda. >> now i think my friend iser absolutely right to raise this. think there are particular,rais shoes we should really focus on. that is female mutilation which is completely unacceptable practice that we need to dealc with right across the world, but inclu
change to welfare. they will not support reforms to housing benefit. they did not even support it when we took housing benefit away from people charging £100,000 a year. they would not support changes to child benefit. they will not support any changes to disability living allowance. they will not support changes to council tax benefit. they have opposed £83 billion of welfare saving. that is the point. they have to admit that their policy is to put up borrowing. they have nothing to offer, only debt, debt and more debt. >> i call mark pritchard. >> thank you, mr speaker. forgive me, mr speaker, i was taken by surprise and my question might surprise some members even more. on 8 march we celebrate international women's day. will the prime minister join me in calling on the indian and pakistani governments to do more to uphold the rights of women and to advance the gender agenda? >> my honorable friend is absolutely right to raise this. there are some particular issues we should really focus on. female genital mutilation is a completely unacceptable practice that we need to deal with righ
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